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May 19, 2013 9:00am EDT
fdr, kennedy, bobby kennedy, after watergate there were some laws to separate the white house. there is evidence that clinton misused the irs. it is an old game. this is not just something obama was doing, this was down t ain. i do not think they found a nk that sgested oba was involved.. >> we only lrned about did a week ago. we are saying theris not a link to the white house. i do not know if there is. when o obama was asked, can you assure us no one in the white house knew about this, his answer was, i did not knowbo the report ununtil i read about it last week. he was asked about the scandal, not the ig. he gave the most narrow answer you could have. all i am saying is that it opened a lot of questions. >> as i followed the story, we learned about the existence of the inspector general's report, the treasury department on the irs. that had not been released. there was a reference made to it earlie i can understatand the president not knowing about this. he would have been ill-suited to get in the details. the law is clear about the white house separating them from the irirs. >> w
ABC
May 20, 2013 4:00am EDT
can't remain anonymous for too long. state law requires winners to go public. here's abc's chuck segerson. >> reporter: these are the six numbers that add up to $590 million, that is. and lady luck kissed just one ticket, sold in the town of zephyrhills, florida, at this publix supermarket. shoppers there absorbing the news. >> out of the whole country, this publix in little zephyrhills would be the winner. >> that's crazy. so much money. somebody's going to be really happy. >> reporter: who's holding the ticket to easy street? we don't know yet. but one lottery official offered some unorthodox advice. >> i would sign the back of the ticket. i'd put that in an envelope and duct tape it to my chest. i'd be known as the powerball millionaire with a nasty rash. >> reporter: more than 230 million tickets were bought. >> nonstop all day. >> reporter: an saturday, in just one hour, texas sold over 1 million tickets. while sales for the day averaged a dizzying $36,000 a minute. interest was so fierce that powerball.com crashed after the winning numbers were drawn. >> tonight, we have go
ABC
May 19, 2013 6:30pm EDT
. florida law says the person must come forward publicly. the million dollar ticket in our norton. sold in >> thank you. come, we are continuing to follow breaking news from oklahoma. >> these are live pictures of ralston. steve has be hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] its practically yours. test drive! but we still need your r signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >> new york college student was shot and killed by police responding to a home invasion. her while trying to take down her attacker. it was a bullet from a police officer's gun that led to the death of the university student. >> let me start by giving my most sincere condolences to the parents of andrea and jessica. >> it happened during a home invasion robbery of campus. police went th
ABC
May 20, 2013 2:30am EDT
anonymous for long. state law requires the winners go public. here is abc's reporter. >> the biggest jackpot -- >> reporter: the six numbers add up to $590 million that is. and lady luck kissed just one ticket sold in the town of zephyrhills, florida, at this publix supermarket. shoppers there were absorbing the news. >> wow, i can't believe it. that's shocking. the whole country. this publix in little zephyrhills would be the winner. >> it's crazy isn't it? that's so much money. somebody is going to be really happy. >> reporter: who is holding the tech it to easy street? y don't know yet. one lottery official offered unorthodox advice. >> sign the back of the ticket. if it were me put it in an envelope. duct tape it to my chest. be known as the millionaire with a nasty rash. >> reporter: more than 230 million tickets were bought. on saturday in just one hour, texas sold over 1 million tickets. while sales for the day averaged a dizzying $36,000 a minute. interest was so fierce powerball.com crashed after the winning numbers were drawn. >> tonight we have got a guaranteed jackpot. wo
ABC
May 20, 2013 7:00am EDT
and everybody talks. >> reporter: state law requires the winner to come out, come out wherever you are, and turn in the winning ticket in person at state lottery headquarters in tallahassee. across zephyrhills, florida, where until now, the biggest story was the town's bottled water. the rumor mill is now on fire. >> i heard a lot of buzz. >> reporter: was it a grandfather from one of the many senior communities across town? or a woman with two young children who may have worked at the grocery store where the ticket was sold. at the beauty shop -- >> they will share. >> reporter: and at the park, they're also trying to figure it out. >> whoever it is, i'll be glad to see if we know them or anything like that. >> reporter: if the winner says no thanks to the yearly payment option and decides to take the lump sum, you're talking nearly $371 million. while the lottery withholds 25% to pay federal taxes, the winner here hit a second bit of luck. there's no state tax in florida. someone could be walking away with somewhere south of $278 million. lottery officials say all the action now
ABC
May 18, 2013 7:00am EDT
simpson claims was stolen. >> i followed what i thought the law. >> nobody wanted to win the case more than i wanted to win it. >> reporter: the former football great maintains he never knew his entourage was armed. >> i wouldn't imagine in my wildest dreams these guys would have guns. >> reporter: galanter delivered this bombshell that o.j. confessed to him in private before his conviction. >> he had told me that he did, in fact, ask alexander and mcclinton to bring guns. >> reporter: the battle is part of simpson's request for a new trial based on what he says was a gross mishandling of his case. such is the plea bargain galanter says was on the table. >> he said, you know, o.j., there's an opportunity to do it. he said see if i'll get a year. >> reporter: simpson says he was never told about the deal. >> i couldn't understand why they hasn't offered me a deal. >> reporter: he spent the last four years behind bars and his attorneys say despite galanter's testimony he is confident the judge will grant him the new trial. >> he's hopeful definitely and actually is also really grateful t
ABC
May 18, 2013 11:30pm EDT
the toughest gun control laws in the country. this week governor o'malley signs legislation that includes new gun provisions. gun buyers are required to submit finger prints to the state police to buy a handgun. it bans 45 types of assault weapons and limits magazines to 10 bullets. it is expected to go into effect october 1. >> a family caught a thief on camera outside their home. now they hope their video and loss will help protect their neighbors. >> here he is creeping around making his way to the front of the car. the carport just feet away from where the family was sleeping. >> you have to wonder what they are capable of doing. he was not afraid at all. >> he had no idea this stranger had been lurking around his home. it wasn't until his gasoline can went missing he decided to look at the surveillance video. the cameras were installed after his home was broken into three months ago. >> he spent five minutes in there going through everything she had in her car. >> the man looks through the front of the car and then focuses on the back. other than a gas can nothing was taken.
ABC
May 18, 2013 11:00pm EDT
member of the law enforcement demuent virginia is dead and his wife is behind bars. the couple's children were home when all of this went down. >> it is hard to know exactly what goes on behind closed doors but by all account this is couple seemed to have a rocky relationship. neighbors are asking how did it get to this. >> when deputies responded to this home for a shooting friday night they found sterling spradling dead and their neighbors are stunned. >> what you are telling me is eyond my imagination because you never know what is going on. teve sperling was at the airport authority for years. deputies have been to the couple's home numerous times for domestic disputes but there had been no arrest. >> i never knew what it was for. >> we don't know what led up to the shooting but we know the couple's two young children were at the home when it happened. >> for me as a mom, that is very sad to hear and i'm sure it's very traumatic for them. >> horrifying, just horrifying. i pray that they get counseling. >> we are told the children are in the care of family friends tonight. the
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